NIT Kurukshetra warns students against gate-crashing weddings

Sources in the institute said that of late, there have been complaints that students have been gate crashing weddings to skip meals in the mess. Wikimedia Commons

The National Institute of Technology (NIT) in Kurukshetra has warned its students against “gate-crashing” weddings near its premises.

“It has been reported that some of the students have been going to attend weddings in the city without having invitation. This is not only unethical and immoral but also uncalled for,” read a letter sent to hostel inmates by the chief warden.

Sources in the institute said that of late, there have been complaints that students have been gate crashing weddings to skip meals in the mess which is why this directive was issued. The letter directed students to desist from getting involved in such type of “uncivilised activities” which bring a bad name to the institution.

The letter warned students of disciplinary action if they are found doing so. “Disciplinary action as per the institute rules will be taken against the students if they are found indulging in such an activity,” the letter said.